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The Institute of Archaeology transferred a I-II century BC findings to the museum «Kulikovo Polye»

The Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) transferred about 40 artefacts found during excavations in the regions of central Russia to the holdings of the State Museum-Preserve «Kulikovo Polye» in Tula region. Bronze adornments and spearheads of the I-II centuries BC were among the artefacts, which were part of the treasure trove found near Kursk, said Alexei Vorontsov, head of the Department of Archaeological Research at the museum.
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«Our museum is a federal one, so we get findings not only from the territory of Tula region, but from other regions as well. Oleg Radjush, archaeologist at the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the head of the Seimian-Sudzhian expedition handed over about 40 findings on April 18. One of them is a treasure trove, dated to the I-II centuries BC, found near Kursk. It consists of two large bronze bracelets, very beautiful ones, a mirror, and some spearheads. The items most likely belonged to a man, perhaps a warrior,» Vorontsov said.

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